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for the club for growth, barney keller, and ron reagan, author and msnbc contributor. mr. keller, let me start with you. what's the nature of the opposition to the club for growth to this aid package? >> thanks for having me, michael. first, i should say that the club wants the victims of sandy to get the relief that they need from the government, but, unfortunately, what happens is every time the government has a disaster relief bill, what they do is come up with a big spending bill. it's not paid for. there's no accountability or oversight, and it's loaded with pork. i'm afraid that's what we saw in the senate bill. i'm afraid that's what we're going to see going forward is another big spending bill that isn't paid for, isn't offset with anything -- >> to be clear, because i was confused about this, the house version did not have pork. we can agree on that, right? >> well, the bill that passed today was just an extension of flood insurance, but it wasn't paid for again. pork is just one of the many issues that were in the big senate bill that governor christie and others were upset about and
director for the club for growth, barney keller, and ron reagan, author and msnbc contributor. mr. keller, let me start with you. what's the nature of the opposition to the club for growth to this aid package? >> thanks for having me, michael. first, i should say that the club wants the victims of sandy to get the relief that they need from the government, but, unfortunately, what happens is every time the government has a disaster relief bill, what they do is come up with a big spending bill. it's not paid for. there's no accountability or oversight, and it's loaded with pork. i'm afraid that's what we saw in the senate bill. i'm afraid that's what we're going to see going forward is another big spending bill that isn't paid for, isn't offset with anything -- >> to be clear, because i was confused about this, the house version did not have pork. we can agree on that, right? >> well, the bill that passed today was just an extension of flood insurance, but it wasn't paid for again. pork is just one of the many issues that were in the big senate bill that governor christie and others were u
right in and say good morning to our thursday political power. mark ginsburg, joi ann reed, ron reagan, and republican strategist susan del percio. it's great to have you all here. as we speak right now, the confirmation hearing of john kerry is taking place. started roughly after 10:00 a.m. and this is a big difference of what we saw yesterday, ironically enough, this is the senate committee that kerry technically still chairs, and he made a joke about that, saying it was pretty -- pretty interesting position to be on the soother side, and those esteemed senators that sit up there. let's start out with how this started off. he showed up with a power panel that was fresh, experienced, and bipartisan. when i talked about fresh, elizabeth warren, experienced, hillary clinton, and bipartisan, mccain. >> our friendship has been affected from time to time by our enthusiasm for the conflicting views and by the competitive nature of politics, but the friendship has endured, i believe, it is based in mutual respect. >> mark, i want to start with you. everybody says this is going to be smooth s
.s. congresswoman carolyn maloney who has had real life experience and msnbc contributor ron reagan. what do you think of that performance where she's using the language we're familiar with on abortion rights, undue burden, choice, as a woman. the language appealing to gender. you're a woman. what do you make of it? >> well, to be honest with you, i was shocked because obviously she doesn't know what we're trying to do. number one. that woman will have the right to defend herself, and she will have the gun of her choice even if she wants to use a large magazine, she will because it will have ten bullets and one in the chamber. that's 11 bullets. i would tend to think that this is not an issue between men and women and the right to be able to own a gun. we're not even going there. excuse me. so what you've seen in that hearing yesterday, not just with her, but really on the whole side, lapierre was way out of line as far as he was saying on something that he said a couple weeks ago. we'll think about, you know, background checks. they're backing away right now, and in my opinion they're running s
now. >> let me ask ron reagan to weigh in after the senate passed an earlier version, senator john mccain and tom coburn talked about questionable things. $2 million to repair damage over mumps in washington, d.c. $15 million for nasa facilities, though nasa itself has called damage minimal. all of the provisions were stripped from the bill that the house approved today. it was pork free. what do you make of this? >> as far as provisions being in there in the first place, unfortunately, that's how sausages are made in washington, d.c. let's remember, we're talking about an appropriation that is some 10,000 million dollars. you cited less than $200 million out of the $10,000 million questionable. it was stripped out. even if it wasn't stripped out. even if that was the price you would pay for greasing the skids of government to get needed aid to people, i would argue it is necessary that you must do that. it's unfortunate, but we must do that. you want to have a discussion about flood insurance or what fema does, how it does it, how effectively it does it, that's fine. but you don't do
and ron reagan. it's funny it's so frickin true. >>> john boehner says the president wants to annihilate the gop. maybe if republicans weren't in a perpetual war with african-americans, latinos, women, and young people politically at least they wouldn't to worry about being annihilated. >>> also the pentagon officially lifted the ban on women in combat today. in reality women have already been in combat for some time, certainly exposed to enemy fire as tammy duckworth can attest to. >>> everyone agrees now is the best time in two decades to push for gun safety laws. today senator dianne feinstein introduced an assault weapons ban. i think we're going to do background checks. >>> and paul broun, who last year called evolution lies straight from the pit of hell, is back at it. he says president obama is upholding, wait for this, the soviet constitution. boy, he's up to date. >>> and this is "hardball," the place for politics. [ male announcer ] coughequence™ #8. waking the baby. [ coughs ] [ baby crying ] ♪ [ male announcer ] robitussin® liquid formula soothes your throat on contact a
and ron reagan is an msnbc political analyst. both of you are good people to have on right now. i want to get a comment from near ra and i want a gut reaction. this disgusting attack, the back benchers, each one of these nuts, they are nutty in their behavior, hannity, the new york post with the disgusting front page today, rush limbaugh with his usual feminine nazi nonsense coming out. do you think this will make secretary clinton more likely to run for president or less likely that all the jackals are attacking her. >> i don't think risch limbaugh or any of these people will have a dime's bit of difference on hillary clinton. she has been dealing with their ilk for 20 years. she's going to make -- >> you don't think the attack -- i want a yes or no, you really don't believe she will have a fighting spirit coming out of this assault on her? >> oh, she has a fighting spirit but whether rush limbaugh has an affect on what she decides to do with her life, i'm just telling you i don't think so. i think, you know, she showed yesterday she has a fighting spirit. i think she showed yesterday
senate insider. on the power panel perry wakon, ron reagan, and suzy dell percio. joanne reid is the anchor for that show. >> asparagus, algae and romney. can't beat that, right? >> pretty good stuff. >> indeed. thank you. well, it is the first day of the class -- for the 113th congress, but some republicans aren't exactly pecking an apple for speaker john boehner. we'll bring you the speaker nominations and votes live. >>> and look at the fractures within the gop. we'll look at that with panelists jonathan kapart, lee gallagher, and nick. plus, lawmakers from the northeast blast house leadership for playing politics with disaster relief funding by playing politics. we'll look at congress's sandy fumble and swayed by 2016. we will look -- we will discuss some of the fiscal cliff votes and how they could be early indicators of white house ambitions. all that when "now" starts in three minutes. [ male announcer ] at scottrade, we believe the more you know, the better you trade. so we have ongoing webinars and interactive learning, plus, in-branch seminars at over 500 locations,
conservative president in the second half from the 20th-century. ron reagan and george bush. both of them passed huge medicare expansions. both of them were really good at explaining and nice, simple terms. reagan passed catastrophic medicare expansion. he goes out there and says, we have to worry about people going brunt -- broke. the republicans hated and your letter congress repeals is, but reagan got it through and explain, nice, simple terms. legislation was so convoluted and it kept collapsing. again, bush got out there and said, prescription drugs to expensive. are going to expand the pool. the details of the bill were helles the complicated, but bush didn't go into the details. they criticized him for being simplistic, but a nice simple explanation was all useful. today republicans hate this expansion. the democrats fought against it. but that's the sign of a very successful operator, someone who can manage to get republicans and democrats, not democrats with republicans to pass it and explain it to the public in nice, simple terms. no democrat wants to appeal this thing, and it's
you think jack lew is the man? >> i do. negotiating tip o'neill and ron reagan, newt gingrich and bill clinton. this is someone who knows how to bring both sides together and get a deal done. ashley: we have to leave it there. thank you so much, kate obenshain and penny lee. thank you for joining us. >> thank you. ashley: always want to debate. tracy: sure is. ashley: lots to talk about. tracy: for a while now. a valentine's day, which, a lot going on. all right. cheryl take as to the last hour "countdown to tmyhe closing bel" is next. ♪ i honestly loved smoking, and i honestly didn't think i would ever quit. [ male announcer ] along with support, chantix is proven to help people quit smoking. it reduces the urge to smoke. it put me at ease that you could smoke on the first week. [ male announcer ] some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood, hostility, agitation, depressed mood and suicidal thoughts or actions while taking or after stopping chantix. if you notice any of these stop taking chantix and call your doctor right away. tell your doctor about any history of depress
of staff to go to treasury. the first was, of course, jim baker during the reagan administration and his second term in 1985. there are two candidates for lew's job. deputy national security advi r adviser. and ron klain. more political experience in washington. he helped run debate prep important the president this last go-around. president chooses mcdonough, could be about personal familiarity. also yesterday labor secretary solis, first latina to serve in a cabinet announced she is stepping down. though expected her departure compounds this white house perceived white house diversity problem. that was splashed on the front page of yesterday's "new york times." though the white house quickly broadcast that hhh secretary sibila, and shinseki and eric holder, it didn't announce what's happening with the other cab they secretaries. stream of nominations of white men to keep posts so far. "the new york times" photo showing the president surrounded by all male adviser is an economic team mostly men. valerie jarrett. apparently in the room as "the new york times" noted. had you to find her
with this if they put ronald reagan on it. >> not the real fiscal conservatives. >> as long as you put regan on something they are on board. >> you know what you do? ron regan and on the other side you have tights. >> if you put ronald on one side and ron on the other you please everybody. >> or may you have regan from "the exorcist." >> or michael regan. and then on the other side you put -- what does he do again? fund it with an exclamation point. >> a delightful man. >> college kids and narcissism. jedediah, you talk about the nerdy kids in high school. they don't have good self-esteem which is a good point, but isn't that the heart of the matter? there is true high self-esteem which is being good at something or accomplishing something and this false high self-esteem that you get for showing up? >> that's true. and you have ambition woven in there. >> these people have inflated egos about things they shouldn't have. if you are a parent and you are a kid and your kid is not good you don't tell them you are not great at it. i don't need my kid -- i don't have kids, but if i ever did i don'
into the reagan revolution of the 80s. i question specifically would be ron paul's effect nowadays can i do think republicans can learn anything quickly? and if so, how? >> not super quick way. like i don't think this go around. the resistivity followed the gop state convention said oklahoma over the weekend where the resistance is real in some cases very physical. you have romney people hating romney people. -- ron paul. this is rooted in the notion that i tend to think ron paul is factually correct about a lot of the things about fiscal crises. so i have to think of some political party has to come around on this worthy alternative is a little bit too terrible to contemplate. and i do think that the forces of object of history and started changing attitudes are more in the libertarian wing of the republican party site than the rick santorum wing. the value issues are becoming less popular. the libertarian issues are becoming more popular, so i do believe for a tumble to be be seen in local republican parties for new candidates, some of which senator paul just mentioned, it does seem clear to me
-- >> that would be a rout. >> i was going to say, that would be a ronald reagan dream. that would be a ron paul dream. >> right. >> you know what the ratio was yesterday? >> hmm? >> not computable. >> no, it was computable. i saw it somewhere. 1-43. $1 in spending cuts for every $43 in tax increases. you don't take the 10-1 but 1-43, an absolute disaster, an absolute, absolute failure in leadership on the republican party's side, on all sides. this is a party without any viable leadership. >> okay. looking now practically at what happened, the markets responded in a way that showed that at least some certainty or at least something is a good thing. >> definitely. we'll sell off a little bit here, but there were a lot of people saying i've got to sell stocks because capital gains will go up big. i've bot to sell stocks because the dividend rate will go up big. there are no longer bond equivalents. and there's also a sense that maybe we can get business formation because we have some understanding of what the tax code is. but i think people were shocked that there were no spending cuts. i also do
years for his efforts come in. goldwater's efforts in the 60s to turn into the reagan revolution in the 80s. my question specifically with the ron paul is a type nowadays, do you think republicans can learn anything quickly? if so, how? >> not super quickly. like i don't think this go around. the resistance if you followed the gop state convention's over the weekend, the resistance is very real in some cases very physical. i don't think this is the year is going to happen, but this is rooted in the notion that i tend to think ron paul is factually correct about a lot of the things he says about fiscal crises and crises in foreign policy crises. from that framework, i have to think some political party has to come around on this or the alternative is a little bit too terrible to content play. i think the forces of objective history and changing attitudes are more on the libertarian wing then save the rick santorum wing. especially values issues are becoming less popular. the libertarian issues are becoming more popular. i do believe rather tumultuous scene, for all the new candida
its challenges. joining us from the women's ceo summit is courtney reagan. good morning. >> good morning to you, carl. we have martha stewart, the founder of martha stewart living with us right now. earlier this morning, you were in the presentation by jc pen thee, ron johnson, ceo. some interesting comments. i understand you have a shop that will be coming, but we have some legal battles with macy's. where do you stand right now? >> it was announced last week about a nonjury trial that will be taking place with macy's. it makes me very unhappy. i don't like to have any arguments with our partners. but otherwise, our business has been very good at macy's, robust. good christmas sales. home depot, a fabulous christmas sales, especially in the holiday items that we designed and sell at the home depot. petsmart, too, our pets product special strong. >> with the jcpenney shop, are you able to move forward with the design at this point or do we have to wait for the macy's -- >> oh, we have an extensive line of products coming to ja c penny starting in march and launching in may. we're
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